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Oregon students protest Higher One at Portland symposium Oregon students protest Higher One at Portland symposium By Taya Alami Reporter Students from a number of colleges and universities staged a quick protest against Higher One on the campus …Continue reading →

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Man dead after fall into I-5 traffic Oregon State Police and Oregon Department of Transportation personnel cover the body of an unidentified man who fell into northbound traffic from an overpass approximately two miles north of Lane …Continue reading →

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Boiler malfunction causes small fire in Building 12 Photo by Matt Edwards/The Torch

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Spilde says “yes” to being Ty’s valentine Because mascots have crushes too Wielding a Valentine’s Day card and bouquet of flowers, Lane mascot Ty the Titan asked college President Mary Spilde to be his valentine. “I will …Continue reading →

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Jazz festival strikes chord Jazz-fusion band headlines event Splashy cymbals and smooth melodies filled the ninth annual Oregon Jazz Festival Jan. 24 and 25. For nine years, Lane and the University of Oregon have …Continue reading →

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Lane will host equal-rights symposium May 10 ASLCC passes $1,050 funds request for event

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Halfway home Titans hold top spot in conference

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Back in the hunt Lane now 4-3, tied for third in Region

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Fencing group gains club status ASLCC Senate approves $3,204 for equipment and initial costs

Lane sophomore pole vaulter Anna Jensen cleared a height of 10' 8" at the National Pole Vaulting Summit on Jan. 18. Contributed by Zach Olivera

Setting the bar high Lane sophomore pole vaulter Anna Jensen cleared a height of 10′ 8″ at the National Pole Vaulting Summit on Jan. 18. Contributed by Zach Olivera

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Default utility Image Leaked faculty safety proposal causes controversy Instructors negotiate for power to eject unruly students
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Lane second-year dental hygiene student Jessica Ostrander (left) describes the new dental clinic facilities at 2460 Willamette St. to Terie Stephenson (center) and her sister, Lynn Fogarty, during the grand opening on April 16. Presidential candidates begin campaigns, politicking
After completing the Color Me Rad run, the audience gathers around the stage for the final color bomb countdown April 12. Color run Third annual running event hits maximum capacity for runners

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